Archive for September 2015

Odyssey: Dynamic Learning System

Sep 29th, 2015 | By

A content-free approach to a structure to facilitate learning in an educational setting. This is the first book of a series and covers the overview, structure and methodology of the concept. Imagine you’re in a room, looking at a colourful grid of many different shapes spread out on a wall. There’s something intriguing about it

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Bee-ing friendly ???

Sep 29th, 2015 | By

originally published by elen sentier https://biodynamicgardening.wordpress.com/   This piece from FOE is both good and disturbing and, for me, the loss of habitat is as bad as the pesticides. People do not understand that their own actions – putting a concrete drive at their house house, perhaps even getting an allotment, having a better pavement

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Communication Tips from Philip Theibert

Sep 12th, 2015 | By

Following is a selected list of communication tips. Taken from The Most Creative, Escape the Ordinary, Excel at Public Speaking Book Ever by Philip Theibert. Communicating is an essential part of any business. Miscommunication, for instance the wrong specs for the product, can cost millions of dollars. Miscommunication with customers, as we all know, can

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Destination of the Species – The Riddle of Human Existence

Sep 8th, 2015 | By

by Micheal Meacher What is the purpose of existence, and what are we here for? This book seeks to answer just that question. Government minister seeks meaning of life, the universe and everything 978-1-84694-263-1, $19.95/£9.99, paperback, 251pp 978-1-84694-631-8, $9.99/£6.99, ebook   Impressive book, it is exceptionally well-informed and wide ranging. Scientific Network Review Meacher draws a

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